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2018

2018

A Happy New Year to all of you! It’s hard to believe, but in 2018 do you read me?! will celebrate it’s 10th anniversary and once we are done with our inventory, we’ll start thinking what this grand 365 days will stand for. Cheers!

365 calendrical notebook

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365 calendrical notebook
€ 25,-

Big plans and New Year‘s resolutions are in good hands with our 365 calendrical notebook. The shiny golden edges of our daily companion supersede pyrotechnics easily and are good-looking the rest of the year! Its iconic sequentially numbered pages and the A to Z are typeset in Poster Bodoni, printed in Berlin on 120gsm Munken Pure and of course thread stitched. Get your copy of this limited 10th edition while stock lasts and days are still single-digit.

Novembre x Ecal

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Novembre x Ecal “Special Issue”
€ 28,-

Celebrating four years of workshops conducted by Novembre in the Photography Department of ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne, this publication offers a kaleidoscopic snapshot of contemporary attitudes towards the body, new definitions of beauty and encourages a truly interdisciplinary approach to photography.

SOS Brutalism

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SOS Brutalism
€ 68,-

For the past sixty years the emergence of the “beton brut” architecture struck a new trend and continues to impress the eye by the sheer magnitude and uncompromising mass of its structures. But the brutalist monuments are increasingly threatened by demolition or transformation. This comprehensive book is published jointly with the Deutsches Architekturmuseum exhibition on the topic, opening in November 2017 and running until 2nd of April 2018. It comprises analytical essays explaining the value and historical appeal these monuments have, in addition to a series of case studies on the brutalist Churches, post-war Japanese architecture, and an expansive section on how was brutalism expressed in each region of the world.

Pasolini´s Bodies and Places

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Pasolini´s Bodies and Places
€ 78,-

Pier Paolo Pasolini was undoubtedly one of Italy’s most visionary intellectuals and film directors of the 20th century. His work, and the controversy around his life and death are worthy of a typical italian un giallo, a black thriller story. In this vast collection of black and white photographs and written extracts from Pasolini’s pre film-shooting notes, film critics Michele Mancini and Giuseppe Perrelli offer a long-awaited initiation into his work translated for the first time into the English language.
The original volume in Italian language from which this book is driven expands on 600 pages, including a classification of 2000 films arranged according to Pasolini’s notions of “bodies” and “places”.

Claudy Jongstra

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Claudy Jongstra
€ 50,-

Cloudy Jongstra, the “book“, brings the process of dyeing texture closer to the curious. Get lost in a colorful photographic exposure to flowers and vegetable fields which furnish the dye laboratories with essential ingredients for coloring. These include batches of freshly harvested calendulas, tickseeds, sunflowers, onions, walnuts, woads, and Japanese indigo: for color secretion. Then silk and Darentha Heath wool which constitute the fibers: readied for their color bath. Maybe you would in the meantime notice how amusing the original photos showcasing the coloring process become after some (you guessed it) color edits. Don’t be too excited though, or else you risk ripping the delicately folded pages of this “book” off. It’s better to hold them from the top, and gently leaf through their various layers of dyeing.

Pleasure Garden #1

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Pleasure Garden #2
€25,-

The pleasure garden was always a place to escape to – a fantasy in a garden, filled with art, music, fashion, society and sex – and likewise is this beautiful printed namesake. Issue #2 offers you a downtime with Copenhagen’s Tivoli Gardens, the wintery parks of Budapest or the landscapes of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown and insights into London’s lost wild spaces and Los Angeles world of scents. Green thumbs up!

Karel Martens – Motion

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Karel Martens – Motion
€ 35,-

Motion is published along the Kunstverein München exhibition (spring 2017) by the Dutch artist and graphic designer Karel Martens. Conceptualized and designed by Julie Peeters, the book contains a series of still photos from the videos Lost & Found (2004), and Tol (2008), in addition to a transcribed conversation which Martens had with Kunstverein director Chris Fitzpatrick. The largest section in the book is dedicated to photographs taken from Martens’ studio wall, which were also the subject of the animated video Not for Resale (1997-2000).

Openhouse #8

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Openhouse #8
€ 18,-

In Issue Nº8 Openhouse takes residence in two historic homes, Hollenegg in Gras and Numeroventi in Florence. Dine with Alexandre Gauthier, then take a trip down to meet the monks of Convent of La Tourette by Le Corbusier, and sit down with Nes Creative in their New York gallery. Itchy feet?

Etnomanie

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Etnomanie
€ 22,-

Ellie Uyttenbroek goes through the World Collection Photographs of the Nederlands Fotomuseum and picks one hundred striking portraits of ethnic individuals from the 1850s onward. The photos were taken by traders, missionaries and world travelers into areas as remote as the Tanimbar Islands, Jamaica, Mecca and Tunisia. Uyttenbroek wants to demonstrate the linkages between the contemporary fashion scene and these seemingly cultural and time distant profiles. Her technique brings the specific features in their styling preferences into attention through color manipulation and a rigorous compilation of the photos.

Man about Town #10

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Man about Town #10
€17,90

10th Anniversary Issue featuring Jared Leto and Neymar on the cover, both shot by Mario Testino.

Rijksmuseum Cookbook

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Rijksmuseum Cookbook
€ 46,-

The Rijksmuseum Cookbook is a testimony to the richness of the Dutch cuisine – not a joke! It is permeated with hundreds of illustrations, stories, recipes, and personal dish propositions by fifty of the Netherlands top chefs and master patissiers. The book takes off with fifty defining ingredients which are indispensable to the culinary history of the Netherlands. These, constitute the basis for 130 traditional and modern dishes presented in light of their relation to the Rijksmuseum’s collection of artworks and brilliantly designed by Irma Boom Office.

Field Studies

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Field Studies
€ 52,-

Following on the footsteps of English botanist Sir Edward James Salisbury, French photographer Christen Lebas takes her camera and ventures into long walks through the landscapes of the British Isles. She revisits the same sights Salisbury photographed back in the 1920s and 1930s. The photos Lebas takes are dark-toned plant habitats which evoke the solemn mysticism of dusk time. A special section of Field Studies has pictures of plant species produced on light-sensitive paper without the use of a camera, wherefore the shape of plants juxtaposed against plain color backgrounds come out surprisingly vibrant, and sharply clear.

Leon #4

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Leon #4
€ 18,90

Helsinki based independent food and culture magazine studies, in its fourth installment, class, culture, and gastronomy. The Class Issue explores class as a characteristic, a social denominator, and a ranking and aims to capture a moment in a time of watersheds, barricades and intertwinement of good and bad taste.

032c #33

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032c #33
€ 15.-

It’s always nice when a new issue of 032c leaves the digital realm and finally makes its way to hit our shelves in print. So leave your comfort zone and get a copy of 032c Issue #33 — Winter 2017/18 themed “BERLIN KIDZ” at our store or send a mail to info@doyoureadme.de for an old-school mail-order.

Protocol #9

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Protocol #9
€ 8,-

Protocol is a magazine on ”architecture in context“ created at Berlin based art-school UDK. Issue #9 is all about fragments, breaks, fractures – summarized under the influential and sometimes very creative topic of “Fehler” (mistakes, errors).

Consented #4

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Consented #4
€10,-

Consented is a UK quarterly focusing on those “who aren’t accurately represented by the mainstream”. Their 4th installment is on “Race & Empire” and I wonder if we can get our hands on issue one to three…let’s see

Gutschein

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Voucher
€ 1-99,-

Running out of time or simply too much good stuff to choose from? What about our always welcome and ever useful “feel free to choose between € 1–99”, voucher? THE perfect gift, not only for christmas! ; )

Shoplifters #6

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Shoplifters #6
€ 22,-

New title in store: Shoplifters #6 is a handy graphic design title by studio Actual Source, featuring less and well known artists in interviews and portfolios. Well done!

Apartamento #20

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Apartamento #20
€ 15,-

“Be true to yourself and you will never fall…”! All the best to our friends at Apartamento Magazine, celebrating their 10th-anniversary with a bigger than ever issue. We still remember arguing about distribution terms with Omar in a bar around the corner, having a proper Kaffee-Klatsch with Marco at our store, and some beers with Nacho and Robbie in Milan… But before we get lost down memory lane, let’s focus on this substantial 20th issue, featuring Lawrence Weiner, Na Kim, Gay Tales, Kyoichi Tsuzuki, Maria Parts, Jerry Schatzberg, Julien Dossena, Alec Roth, Margot & Fergus Henderson, Joseph Holzmann and Maureen Paley—to name but a few—in the true and distinct Apartamento manner. Grab your copy before it’s too late…

Erling Kagge

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Erling Kagge – Stille
€ 14,-

Psssst! Now, that our store is closed it’s the perfect time for Erling Kagge‘s quietly life-changing book on silence. The norwegian explorer, father of three, publisher, author, lawyer and art collector, was the first one to reach South- and North Pole and the Mount Everest and is an expert in listening to silence, which can be deafening and key to happiness at the same time.

Opera #6

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Opera #6
€ 38,-

THE OPÉRA is a Magazine for Classic & Contemporary Nude Photography named after and structured into the five acts of the opera, according to Gustav Freytag. The 6th edition features both abstract works and very classical nude studies trying to bridge between the traditional approach to the human body and new, unusual perspectives. Well, I think you should simply grab a copy yourselves

Badland #1

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Badland #1
€ 12,-

THIS IS BADLAND is a new Berlin based biannual print publication dedicated to the social, cultural and geographic phenomena of this abstract, dynamic region they call the new Balkan.

Fathers #5

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Fathers #5
€ 15,-

Weekend ahead we want to share with you the 5th issue of a zine from Poland being all about everyday heros: young fathers

Kinfolk Entrepreneur

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The Kinfolk Entrepreneur
€ 36,-

“The Kinfolk Entrepreneur – Ideas for Meaningful Work” is, after food and home, Nathan Williams and the Kinfolk team’s third volume on daily life. Join them as they visit more than 40 creative entrepreneurs from around the world offering tips, advice and inspiration for anyone looking to forge their own professional path in the worlds of publishing, architecture, fashion, design and beyond. So what are you waiting for, roll up your sleeves and get to work!

Food Magazines

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Luncheon #04, € 22,50 / Simple Fare Fall/winter, € 28,- / PPC #109, € 10,- / Om Nom #1, € 12,- / Chickpea #24, € 20,-

What a wonderful weather for tiptoeing the whole day between sofa and kitchen, appetite excited by the 4th issue of oversized Luncheon from London, vegan Chickpea from Rochester (New York), first issue of Omnom as well from London and the little culinary matters of the intelligent PPC Petits Propos Culinaires, issue 109. What? You are a slave to food delivery services? Boring! Get up and go with Simple Fare’s guide to easy-peasy home-made eatables, it’s never too late.

032c #33 — Winter 2017/18

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032c #33 — Winter 2017/18
Berlin Kids
Text in English
15,00 €

It’s always nice when a new issue of 032c leaves the digital realm and finally makes its way to hit our shelves in print. So leave your comfort zone and get a copy of 032c Issue #33 — Winter 2017/18 themed “BERLIN KIDZ” at our store or send a mail to info@doyoureadme.de for an old-school mail-order.

Cereal #14

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Cereal #14
Text in English
18,00 €

The latest Cereal, issue #14, arrived. Sleek, minimal and beautiful layout. As you can see on the cover, this issue will spent some words and pictures on the famous “Farnsworth House” by Mies van der Rohe. Also beautiful trips to Chicago and Edinburgh, escape to the rough Shetland Islands, a day at Wimbledon and some interviews.

The Weekender #25

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The Weekender #25
Text in German
9,00 €

The Weekender, nr. 25. Did you already travel this so called “summer”? No? Wether you need some inspiration for autumn holidays or simply like stories about people from all over the world – take a look! With features about Uruguay, Mallorca, Panama, Italy, USA, Sydney, Alpen, Japan, Hamburg, Greece and our beloved Berlin.

Kinfolk #25

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Kinfolk #25
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19,00 €

Kinfolk, volume 25 “the food issue” arrived this week. This american come danish lads invite you into culinarian aspects of Salvador Dali, Italian Futurism and Betty Crocker. Delicious interviews with Lola Kirk and William Kentridge, the magic of wrapping eggs, a feature about narcissism and many more stuff to stimulate your appetite. Bon appetite!

Å-Journal #1

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Å-Journal #1
Text in English and Japanese
29,00 €

Å-Journal, first edition. Conscious lifestyle, culture and dialogue are the topics of this well crafted new scandinavian/japanese magazine. Å-Journal focuses on international brands which worship craftsmanship, pursue quality and transparency as their main principles. Kama Krystel, the chief editor, is also known for her work in Kinfolk magazine, Vogue, Highsnobiety and many more.
Every copy is hand numbered (edition of 100), beautiful edited and comes with a slinky hardcover.

Borshch #1 & Record #3

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Borshch #1
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12,00 €

Record #3
Text in English
18,00 €

Weeeeeekend! If you took it slow, the first issue of Berlin based BORSHCH–all about electronic music and the people around it–and/or the third issue of Record–all about niche music communities around the world and their intersection with the worlds of art, fashion and culture–might be just the perfect read this morning.

Google, Volume 1 (last copies)

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Google, Volume 1
(almost no) Text in English
Limited to 1000 copies (last remaining copies)
95,00 €

Google, Volume 1 contains the first image found for every single word of the Oxford English Pocket Dictionary in 2013. What?! I had an instant flashback to the days we were going online via a 28.8 kbit/s modem and were joking about downloading the internet… Get one of the very last copies of this limited and unique edition tome by King Zog before Volume 2 comes out in 2018!

Lucky Peach – Suburbs Issue

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Lucky Peach – Suburbs Issue
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12,50 €

It’s lunch time! Today’s special is the new issue of Lucky Peach. Enjoy!

The Plant #11

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The Plant #11
Text in English
14,00 €

Albeit watering your garden might not be your biggest concern after those cats & dogs days, the latest The Plant, starring the Aloe Vera, offers not only amusing observations on ordinary plants and other greenery for everyday botanists but an antipode: the Tottori sand dunes in Japan.

The Artist as Curator: An Anthology

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The Artist as Curator: An Anthology
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24,80 €

“The Artist as Curator: An Anthology” surveys the fundamental role artists have played as curators from the postwar to the present, including rare documents and illustrations. Originally published in Mousse Magazine from #41 to #51, it includes not only the twenty essays, but two additional ones as well as an introduction by editor Elena Filipovic and an afterword by Hans Ulrich Obrist.

Torchlight #1 & Anxy #1

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Torchlight #1
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24,80 €

Practice cards
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24,80 €

Anxy #1
– the Anger Issue
Text in English
25,00 €

Face your fears and get a copy of Anxy and/or Torchlight, two new titles that talk openly about depression, anxiety, sadness, workaholism and not to forget love and recovery without that counseling touch. No no no, come on, burnout? That’s so not me! Ok, but get the Practice cards to keep it up.

Fleckhaus – Design, Revolt, Rainbow

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Fleckhaus
– Design, Revolt, Rainbow
Text in Deutsch & English
39,80 €

If you think great magazine and graphic design is a 21st century thing, you should definitely take a closer look to this comprehensive and long missing anthology on Willy Fleckhaus accompanxing the exhibition at Villa Stuck! Read a great review on itsnicethat here and get your copy at our store or via mailorder.

Summer Reading

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Ok, this might not be an ordinary stack of summer reading, but as we probably caught you in front of your leisure time eating gadget anyhow, there probably might be something for you in it. We have, from bottom to top: Masters of Craft, The Fourth Industrial Revolution by Klaus Schwab, The Econocracy by Earle, Moran and Ward-Perkins, Who Rules the World by Noam Chomsky, Cartha on Making Heimat, Flows and Counterflows by Marcus Verhagen, No ist not enough by Naomi Klein, I can’t work like this – A Reader on Recent Boycotts and Contemporary Art, Status Anxiety by Alain de Botton, Goodbye, things by Fumo Sasaki, The Courage of Hoplessness by Slavoj Zizek, Quiet Power by Susan Cain and Zombies by Roger Luckhurst.

(please ask for prices via info@doyoureadme.de)

Impact – Design Magazines, journals and periodicals from 1922-2016

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Impact #1 & #2
– Design Magazines, journals and periodicals from 1922-2016
Text in English
46,00 € each

If there is one independent publishing house standing out when talking about books on graphic design in the last years, it’s definitely London based Unit Editions. This time two new books on “Design magazines, journals and periodicals” from 1922–2016 caught our eyes, jam-packed with striking covers and insightful interviews. A must read if into publishing!